Leading business schools in China are already finding it harder to fill their classrooms with international students for their global EMBA classes and even when they do, the trend seems to be that there are not enough international faces in the classroom. At the same time international MBAs in China are encountering difficulties in securing a good job, let alone receiving the ‘expat’s package’. This is making the China MBA experience much less attractive to overseas students.
David De Cremer, KPMG Professor of Management Studies at Cambridge Judge Business School, on challenges facing China’s business schools.
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